List of local organizations benefit from Free Services
Many of you know, I decided to help local organizations by providing social media lessons/services for Lent. Instead of giving up certain types of foods, products, etc, I offered one hour lessons or managed social media for these organizations in social media assistance. Please see list below and engage with them:
Senior Connect Kingsport
Website: Senior Connect Kingsport, Facebook: Senior Connect Kingsport
SeniorConnectKpt.org connects Kingsport-area senior citizens, their families and caregivers, and concerned community members with provider and resource information related to aging with choices through one, easy-to-navigate website.
Downtown Kingsport Association
Website: Downtown Kingsport Association, Facebook, Twitter
Downtown Kingsport Association is a private, non-profit membership organization dedicated to the revitalization of Downtown Kingsport.
Website: Corazon Latino, Facebook, Twitter
A Celebration of Hispanic Arts and Culture where everybody is invited. Save the date: May 3rd 6-10pm in Downtown Johnson City, TN.
United Way of Greater Kingsport
Website: United Way of Greater Kingsport, Facebook, Twitter
United Way of Greater Kingsport improves lives by mobilizing the caring power of our community to address local health and human service needs effectively.
One Acre Cafe
Website: One Acre Cafe, Facebook, Twitter
One Acre Cafe is dedicated to providing a place for all members of the community to
gather and eat, and where having a healthy, high quality meal in a welcoming environment
is given priority over the ability to pay.
Kingsport Public Library
Website: Kingsport Library, Facebook, Twitter
Kingsport Public Library. Gather. Learn. Grow. Our mascot, Sport, represents our read-to-a dog program
Second Harvest Food Bank of Northeast TN
Website: Second Harvest, Facebook, Twitter
Second Harvest Food Bank is a non-profit organization serving the eight counties in Northeast Tennessee with emergency food for distribution. We secure food from local and national manufacturers, grocers, restaurants and redistribute it to 200 food pantries, soup kitchens, children’s programs and other non-profit charities that feed the hungry in the area.
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